Should the 2020 census ask Americans; “Are you a citizen?”
Seems pretty straight forward to me. But last week, a judge blocked Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross from putting that question in the 2020 census. He will appeal.
The census determines federal funding and Congressional districts.
Without the question, federal funding and Congressional districts will increase in sanctuary states like Illinois, California, and New York and states overrun with illegals like Texas, Florida, and Arizona.
Citizenship should count when it comes to welfare, Section 8 housing, food stamps, Medicaid, and voting.
Seems pretty straight forward doesn’t it, or am I missing something?